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Still soft stools

I appreciate all the answers to my question the other day. But here's another one, I've had this stray since Oct 20, found her starving and neglected. She got diarrhea and has been wormed twice with strongid from the vet.She now has mucus and her stools are still extremely soft, she may sit and a little comes out. Do you think it could be the worm meds working? I haven't seen any worms, she eats good, plays and drinks. I can't come up with the money to do her vet check yet, but also wanted her to get a little healthier before her first shots.I would say shes around the age of 12-14 weeks old.Thanks in advance!

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  • Cindi LeonardCindi Leonard Plantation, Fla.Member Posts: 1,670
    Accepted Answer
    Yes, dewormers cause icky poo. Some cats need more dewormings if they were infested from birth, so let your vet know when you bring her in for her first set of kitten shots. Kittens need three sets of shots and then a rabies vaccine for full immunity. There are vets that work on payment plans... find one! She could be sick with something else that could damage her organs if you do not bring her in to be seen. Also feed her a kitten-only food for her first year such as MaxKitten, which contains no by-products and natural ingredients. Thanks for rescuing! ^_^ -PNS for The Nutro Company, Franklin, TN
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